From Engie free energy to hospitals for 6 months

From Engie free energy to hospitals for 6 months

Engie, one of the companies that ensures clean energy for homes, businesses and cities through technology, is also rushing to the aid of those in crisis due to the coronavirus’emergency. Deciding to provide free of charge, on a contractual continuity basis and for six months, electricity, gas and the support services of its technicians.

Engie technicians engaged in healthcare facilities

This in the spaces undergoing expansion and construction and/or transformation of managed facilities aimed at responding to the Covid-19 health emergency. The perimeter covered consists of 93, including hospitals and health facilities, which are present throughout the country from North to South, including islands.

Engie’s help with the Coronavirus emergency

The words of Damien Térouanne

“Ours is a concrete commitment to address the emergency the country is experiencing – said ENGIE Italy’s managing director -, Peer because energy and related services represent, especially at this time, a key resource for those who fight this battle on the front lines every day: our Hospitals and Health Facilities.

Always committed alongside the territories in which we operate, we want to make a tangible contribution, which joins the work that our technicians do on a daily basis. In Italy, we are in fact more than 3.600, including more than 660 technicians dedicated exclusively to serving hospitals. The decision has already been communicated to all 93 facilities.”.

The struttire involved

Among the hospitals that will benefit are nosocomas on the front lines of the Covid-19 emergency. Such as the Lazzaro Spallanzani National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Rome, Policlinico Universitario Campus Bio-Medico in Rome, and ASST Fatebenefratelli Sacco in Milan, Italy.

Engie thus wished to thank kept the technicians, doctors, health personnel, researchers, the civil protection system, institutions. As well as its employees and all those involved on the front lines serving the community to overcome this difficult time.

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